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by Carrie Sandahl,Philip Auslander

eBook Bodies in Commotion: Disability and Performance (Corporealities: Discourses Of Disability) download ISBN: 0472068911
Author: Carrie Sandahl,Philip Auslander
Publisher: University of Michigan Press (June 29, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 352
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Subcategory: Performing Arts

Series: Corporealities: Discourses of Disability. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read

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Disability causes a commotion in public realms Performance studies and disability studies have been. revising what it means to have a body and what it means to be alive (p. 325).

Disability causes a commotion in public realms. This book is not just for theatre, literature or performance scholars, just as it is not only for disability studies scholars. Performance studies and disability studies have been.

Part of the Corporealities: Discourses of Disability Series). From the study of staged performances to examinations of the performing body in everyday life, this book demonstrates the enormous profitability of moving beyond disability as metaphor. It's a lesson that many of our cultural institutions desperately need to learn.

Introduction Disability Studies in Commotion with Performance Studies. CARRIE SANDAHL and PHILIP AUSLANDER

Introduction Disability Studies in Commotion with Performance Studies. CARRIE SANDAHL and PHILIP AUSLANDER. Bodies in Commotionis the first collection to exploredisability as performanceacross a wide range of meanings-disability as a performance of everyday life, as a metaphor in dramatic literature, and as the work of disabled performing artists.

Carrie Sandahl, Philip Ausland. Bodies in Commotion: Disability and Performance (Corporealities: Disco. Carrie Sandahl, Philip Auslander (ed. .

Disability and Performance. Bodies in Commotion is the first book to explore the lively intersection of performance studies and disability studies, provoking new ways of looking at body, space, spectatorship, and identity. Afterword by Peggy Phelan.

"A testament to the synergy of two evolving fields. From the study of staged performances to examinations of the performing body in everyday life, this book demonstrates the enormous profitability of moving beyond disability as metaphor. . . . It's a lesson that many of our cultural institutions desperately need to learn."-Martin F. Norden, University of Massachusetts-AmherstThis groundbreaking collection imagines disabled bodies as "bodies in commotion"-bodies that dance across artistic and discursive boundaries, challenging our understanding of both disability and performance. In the book's essays, leading critics and artists explore topics that range from theater and dance to multi-media performance art, agit-prop, American Sign Language theater, and wheelchair sports. Bodies in Commotion is the first collection to consider the mutually interpretive qualities of these two emerging fields, producing a dynamic new resource for artists, activists, and scholars.